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HTTP Caching

PostPosted: Tue Feb 28, 2012 7:00 pm
by gnlweb
Is there a way to administer HTTP caching for domains in our reseller accounts?

If so, how can this be accomplished?

If not, what is the recourse?

I host a few Wordpress sites. I am doing what I can to speed them up, and caching static files longer periods would be helpful.

I did try a workaround via htaccess on one of the domains but it does not seem to be having the effect I wanted.


Re: HTTP Caching

PostPosted: Wed Feb 29, 2012 12:49 pm
by Ray
HTTP caching for WP can be enabled from its admin panel itself or by using authorized WP plugins. Can you see if it works ?

Regarding the other queries, please open a support ticket with the details.

Re: HTTP Caching

PostPosted: Wed Feb 29, 2012 6:51 pm
by gnlweb
Thanks for the reply Ray. I have looked in the WP admin and see nothing there to administer caching, but do know of a couple of plugins that will do it. I was hoping to avoid more plugins, but I guess that's what I'll need to do.

I take it then that this is not something we can easily tweak? I understand that it comes from Apache, but it would be a great convenience to have the ability to set forward dates for media files on a per domain basis in the cpanel.